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HOHOLTJLU BTXE-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1013.
t i'JJ..J.L 'Jmm i Aiiin m mini r m -
' HIM UN SHIP ILtVtLM
nmKAf' - At'VkfriMra in thrt Ham-1
: UUtUV W V aw 1
; to Honoluln with
,..Ai ih ita urM Knot r,t Tmind. th f
- i A i . al at-....- iT ! a 1.
pay their initial visit -fc of Teii&De ..TlJe
"the arrival of the rtinahW broueht' carno Including
world tourist, this afternoon. Iff t8, , n .phcns.wd
- Captain '? ChristUii Cempwclf, the'M? b "v m:
former-.well known . master of tbe . . . v u - .. 'iUA.' t,'SVifJ.
CMeveland.. has: been promoted to ahiThAA-OWei
large? Jncr in thVltlalUc service, ., dTvSSf.
: Local shipping men will have occa- Snf-St?flf' U,vv;W
sion to meet for the fim time Captalntujronon
T, lri-r- TK- new VHner is a yonnaM . zt.-51c- pa9ngers ior o-
T rfctei aV a omnctd
CBTor in the Hamburg-Americin1." saefcs hfl for Jtooww jnii ,ar
v " ... i
service. That mo vaeveiana nas cov
. ered her three '..months' cruise, and
maintained the schedule to the minute,
speaks well for the .capabilities pf
Commander Kier. t
- C, Voeelsane. the travelling re-
cresentative of the Hamburg-American
line who has, made his third visit to
Uonolula with Cleveland fxcursjosts,
... . . . i .u .ii i i
win oe given a neany Kreeuos uy mvw
nort officials. ' - .t
The omciai ramuy or tne steamsnip.r
Cleveland, . which is to 4 remain . herei
The official family of the steamship.
until Saturday morning bc;or,e resum
ing the voyage (o San Fraiijcisco; : In
iI.'?SS!r& Sjato ihiKiuil taw Rear
il UsC 4-D W VLtlVVl v VU w VWin vuv
nineer; a n. Hill, 2d officer; . R.
Schierlits, 2d officer; JJ. Maltlck, 2d of
licerj, Th.. Herrmwm. 3d officer; H.
Kocb 4th t)ffcer; i O. Beckmatn, 2d
engineer; Dr. A. Luebbert, 1st physi
cian; Dr. C. Fickert2d physician; !).
Tc inert, chief purser; P.' Franzep,
purser; R. Peplien, provision .master.
A large-and fully equipped tourist
office staff is carried", with the Cleve
land. . Under, tho able direction of
C. Vogelsang, who Is, the general mafi
ejer of the excursion, the following n)f
Ki stunts look well after the requlrer
ireuXa 01 live jiunureu ur mure W'JJ
cl!ers. They are: C. Vo'gelsangreM
resentatlve; .C. Scherer. G. Koth J
Lindes, W. K. Mltau, W, H. Stanley, U
I). Stone, L. Welckum, O. Wedeklnd,
.'A, -Hinsch, TA,;)ratsch. Zesch'k.Vj-
Much Mat for the. Islands '.r
The greater part, of the 200 ; tons
refrigerated trargD 1 ' In the I Oceanic
liner' Sonoma, now nearlng the ' Is
lands from Sydnty and Pago Pago,,s
said to be Australian meat, con?jned
to the local ouartertoaster department.
T he'Sonoraa Is bringing S passengers.
and 15 sacks mail for HoiioIulu. .Tije
TeKsei is catrvinz a lair sizea usi 01 ;
throueh nassongersJ .' The '., vessel is
now expected will be off Uie -port bp
tween nine and ten o'clock' Saturday
night. Arrangements wlU .pibbably "he
perfected .whereby the Sonoma will
be brought In the harbor and jiassed
by the federal officials, .n 1s the In
tention "tor- dlspatcn tho Sonoma for
San-Francisco ph or .about, iooa.Sun
day .Thirty-fire. passengers, have,; been
booked' for the 'jccast- f ' , ,
Hvadea Heard rein - "
The MaUon : NarigaOon freighter
hSl0ffroni6 ttrS wl?lesi TS kohamaF. .L Blakei w; H. Ersklne.
trriri rSre on nextl1151-8- w- H. Ersklne, MissRuth Ersklne,
freight and. na.OOl feet lumber fqr, klne. .21.
Slulu. ; Carso for fitber ports in- rM? ii.?: i?
elude. PoR AUen .575 tAns flight .and ! SS.W.. SJ..
25.000 feet lumrrr. napuiui & tons
ireignx, tiiip .4 xqaa tTsim nu
000 feet of lumber, and Kaanapall 75
tons if relgbt and 25J)00 feet lumber.
The Ilyades , wyi " ho. supplied - with
sugar at sevel cf the Island ports:
Wlthelmtna Will Take Pari Cargo
A part cargo or sugar, . pineapples.
and sundries will be forwarded to the 1
coast in' the Matson Navigation liner,
Wilhelmina that Is scheduled to sail
for Hilo at five o'clock this evening
and : to Teturn to Honolulu early Sun-1
day morning. About seventy passen-
rs nave nccn hooted ror me coast
uner to can ai miui pons.
a . a a . . r a.
Merchandlseand s:ippiics ror Maui
Importers Is aboard the Matron Navi
nation liner Hopojuian that is report
rd to have sailsd from San Franciscp
; on Tuesday evcnAcg. The big' steamer
- 8lould arlve here on Jan. 28th with
2!71 tons of cargo for this port; 298
for Kahului, 127 for Port Allen, and
forty-two for Kaanapali.
- .Two Freightr rc at Kahului.
. - .Two large frcirhtcrs are reported at
Kahului at tinv the Inter-Island
steamer Clauuine called at that port.
The British sf earner M. S. Dollar, with
- coal, cement and other lines of freight
from the orKiu. as oeing uicuxeu.
Tk. Am-Hrnn.nnwaiian freichter Mex-
from the orkm. was being mscnargea
ican was at. Kahului, where a consid-
HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
prairie nuantlty of mere
- ' - r.
autog-k Waeon. !l2.iiocai 168 baes
nlu1 20?rtpns arm r, pnoW.
tiv ;Muraav evenu
Vive I?aJurJaY evenine. Jan.' 2L '
3. is. yehtutaat ea, 8 p. Janu
ary ' 22," 1913: Latitude :08.,N, long.
162; 45 yriifZf, miles, tram Honolulu;
line, nl? east ,win.llgh east .pea.
Ste3mer,Mau Returned yvith 'wgar.
' Tlie. Intehlsland steamer Jaul, with
STOQ, jpsftka. sugaJ,Hs. an ftrlval rom
ii'akawJl '$Ui fhprn'.tiie Vssel hay
ing inef V.YatPwardff8,
The Maul also' broueht sundries and a
n , s emntV t nks T he officers
ed,'.wa reljghted Januarijr, 22, 431$, ,.
rBy, orde? .of; the lOfmjMjfStt
o4;'Ughthouses; f ; '
children,; A 1 Horner, . -ra,, ?SVptex
and cblld, Jft'sa Brewer, Jlrs. gjlseji
berg. Mnw J. fc'.Mf&fyre, T..EufeJiL
Rev. G. Py Williams Mr. ttnd Mrs. A.
S. WllcoxJ P. L. Hadley. D. Qskolowici.
PASSENGERS 1RRIYEP I
V P." M -S,"4.'; Chinas from , San ; Fran-
clfico For Hon6lulu7-John Barbour,
Dl Barbour," Thomas MJ Barrows, Mrs.
Thomas M.' Barrows, Mtss Jean Bar
rows, John. F.Odlburn, Master F. C.
VvrighL Miss 1. E. Got griff. .A. R.
Cruten, Mrs. A. R.Cruxen, P. A. Cruz
eu. Dr. C. M. Faunt le Roy, L. "S;';its
gcrald, Mrs. L. S. Titzge'rald, T. W. df
de Fl.eea John T. de Frees, Edwin H
1 ICCB, 1U1D. It- n, uo HUD, 1. -mi
t m t Tc,
de Frees, E. B. Higgins, Mrs. I. Isen-
berg Master Alex . lsenberg, Kudojpp
honberg, Mrs. . Claude King, J. Lesin
sKi, Mrs. J. ,LesinsW and inf., K. Les
z?zzuskl, Mrs. E.tLszezzuski, A. G.
Unhoff. Mrs. A. G. Linn off, Mrs. Sarah
Parks Martin, Miss T. Pajak, Mrs. A.
Schoppe, Mis G. Schoppe, J. R. Suther
Hn. B. Von Damm, Mrs. B. Von Damm,
Miss Helenea Von Damm, Miss E. Stey
er, P.'l. Gilbert, C.'Keeler. J. E. La
throp, Mrs. W. Lawrence, P. H. Met
calf, E. W. Pack, Raymond Robins, F.
B, Smith, Mm C. Klein, Mrs. A. Muel
ler. ' Miss T Ethel Mueller. A. G. .
eki Mrs. N. S. Brltton, P. W. Cot-
ff-n. W. H. Lynch, Mrs. W. H. .Lynch,
C. H. PlQpper, Henzy J. J'onsonby, A.
P. Qulnnbach, Mrs. A. P. Qulrmbach
and infant, Chas. Settlemyer, Mrs.
Cbas. S. Settlemyer, Miss Lulu Snyder.
For Manila.- L. D. Atkins, Mrs. L. D.
A: kins, Guy C Bolender. Mrs. Guy C.
Bolender, 'Walter B. Davis, Mr. E. G.
Dennis. James Fish, Geo. Henderson,
A J. Keluogg. Mrs. A-.O. Kellpgg. L.
A. Schoppe, Mrs. A. T, Simmie. Miss
Jean Simmie, Mrs. L. Smith,,, W. M
Taylor. For Hongkong. Lee Poy Fun.
mis A. Geisenneuer. miss ixueze
Hrwes, E. R. Hlbbard, Mrs. E. R. Hib
bard and Infant Mite Harriet C. Read.
er six. iiauuine, irom mui yuuo.
Per str. CJaudlne, from Maul ports:
e. H. Hart, H. Howell, a. nanaoerg.
D. Conway, G. H. Beehert, Paul Fallett,
J. N. S. Williams. Rev, F. Ambrose, C.
C. Palmerstop, Miss R. Burke, v.
Dockstader, F. D. Creedon, K. Suig.
Lau Chan. Mrs. Kondo. M. Aki. Choy
Mun, Annie Apo. A. R. Patrick, R
Cornwell, E. Kishida. K. Kobiashi,
Chas. Gay, Mrs. Gay, J. B. McSwan
pon, W. A. Nicholl, P. F. Sad a, D. Leit
to. Father Stephen, 44 deck.
t PASSENGERS EXPECTED t
Per bark Andrew Welch for San
,nuuiu iicuu w. ua.-
low. J. M. Bouker. Mks E. Trimmen
J. B. Monteith. .;
handise was I
A a. -w m
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not be confirmed, but which persisted
4?"fi9tiPf r;Talk, . , rr H,
J- A..iKeitfiedy, general manager of
tjie,Jjner-laland,ft) mpany did not give
the imprS8ip'n.pf a xnan walking, o
the edg ; it, .fin;. .Industrials ypjeanp.
-when' enJ&, pis ,oc' fby ar7Bu
letin yfpreenUuvf;:ithisr?,f rtefnqqn.
The geeraVminager, snilje iwaaix
panslve, and. .be as most cqurjjsuiy
uiommunlaatve, ti:, t ,!;.(;, t x
'."J avengthJng. wjivr, tq.saxlpf
pvWftatloa.tf ;vhi8 time, said Mr.
Kenned, 7r T?3's'?J?8-. tTM!)!?!8).?
, i'jtouYO qot ,iah tiiq, makfl.f sqme
I tatemept" swWch, kWW ,put U , cm
pauy'a attitude bef QTfte pupjlf ?
askd. . ri. .... j
.1.0." rWtf i Jk mtth per-'
'ttfryr abut t,he report: .that ,J.he ma
ters an,d, maes will demand your res-
i'gnatjoaiJ,,'. , i-i .-i ?..;: v
(;g PQWrMthlng..of,.th4t,'': answer
the, efteral manager " with genuine
,,fThen,he cpmpajjy's nolicy tSlft.e
apsoute rvence on all matters con
nected . with.', the . talkedfOt. strike," asl
ea.inerepoff-: Wifn.a rjsipg.jniBC;
vHh c- 1 4jlr ..? j-r.-r V k: k
,. tfooa aiienxoon, vsaiq rneay
flashing the best smile of the inter-J
vlew. ? . r;. . - .. ;u -
-Te,'.demano. . also saw J o JVP 'heen
made , tiVn the Inter-Island manage-
dent, spme days AgQ, ' that Joseph, E,
Sbdy, gerarcbare f .PuUide
affairs . with .the service. , he :. dropped
IsXbeUeved jto.jbaye been, taken -under
avisejnent', h :;'-' : tL ;A. '-' i
v. That.; slas) . for. .meeting 4 aj general
strike' cf; 'navigation officers in the
In'ter8lan'4.'e ryl.c, hayf jheen under
consideration" ,for7fome eeka past is
WV3fTOt!H M'fV fBfVA,
r.T.he.iri.val Captain RogerAH
man; former master of the" Pacific
Mail liner China, In company with
President Kennedy of the; Inter-Island,
as passengers' In the; Matson Naviga
tion steamer Wilhelmina on last. Tues
day morning, set afloat series of
startling' rumors. . '
... That Captain John F. Haglund.
port eaptaln. Is slated for discharge
frpm the Inter-Island has been freely
predicted lor -some time past That
Captain Allman, the ex-Pacific Mail
skipper, was brought down from the
coast to take his place has beeit "more
or less positively stated, though the
Inter-Island.. officials w'hen approach
ed refused to dehy or conflrn this
Questioned by a Star-Bulletin re
porter this morning, W. O. Smith,
spokesman for the directors of the Inter-Island
"There is nothing for publication."
"But, Mr. Smith,' said the reporter,
"the public is vitally "concerned in
this matter. Are you sure that there
is nothing that your corporation
wishes i to say?"
"There is nothing to say for publi
cation," he repeated.
"No answer to the report that the
men are going to demand the resigna
tion .of Mr. Kennedy iand Mr. Sb$edy?"
"J bare .said there Is nothing tpsay
for. publication. "'
Officers in Reserve
The arrival' ot' four Pacific coast
vessej , masters and mates as cabin
passengers , 3n the Matson Navigation
liner Wilhelmina, in addition to Cap
tain Allman, evidently proved the last
straw to add its weleht to the real
or fancied ' troubles of the local skip
pers And officers identified with Har
bor No. 5j4.
' These men, including W. J. Smith,
John Robertson, A. Hedline and H.
Perry are now said to have been" en
gaged by President Kennedy while
that official was on the coast
Thp story was current.this morning
that the Inter-Jsland management had
secured .sixteen to twenty additional
officers, who were, assembling. on the
coast at .immediate paR from the
local steamship company.
Holding . first mate's certificates,
Messrs. . Claude and Melvin are also
arrivals at the port of Honolulu. The
delegation of seafaring men from the
east and west coaU of the United
Slates, now idle to all intents and pur
poses awaiting the outcome, of a ser
ies of conferences, has eei ,the local
waterfront on the qui vive of excite
ment Strike may fail at this time.
In carrying their demands for the
retention of Captain Haglund and tho
retirement of President Kennedy and
AFslUant Superintendent Sheedy.
Harbor Number 54 has employed
lcal advice. As far as could be learn
ei this morninp; the masters and pilots
had retained Judge A. S. Humphreys.
vbo it will be remembered conducted,
ile negotiations in the strike for high-!
cr wages, won by the "vessel masters
ar.d mater some months ago. For his
eervice at that time Humphreys is,
said to have received two thousand
dollars from the Inter-Island com
pany. There are many who are interested
r s well as affiliated with the shipping
end business interests of the port,
v ho profess to believe that the present
alleged demand charged to the asso-
ciation of Pilots and Masters, is un '
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".so i sal sLi'f-9?
Full Moon. Jan. 22, at 5:09 a- 'm.
VESSEtS TD AWD
. FROM THE ISLANDS
Specbl aile U Merckiat
Exchange Thiirailav. JanuarV 2.1
SAM FBAN(i;iSCO Sailed, iaxreary 23,lWWcl the General "Manager
S. S. Mancnurta tor Honolulu. -
. M I BK 1 lla SW 1
S. & GLEULNl) arrives from Toko-
east .jrf n ; .-light ast ae;' A passear
fon$ulu-4.3 .aackp ,jnai) foC.:Hp-.
which In. its, membership jlnyudes aii
C-mplejreea An, the f&meniig . depqrt
rcfpt.of 6886.18-10.;. itttersjaa
cfasting. fleet, Js declared as.a jaecs
SiiyVU A strike to to be carried out jq
a success! eonclisloi ? ; ;n , .
.The statement .was .made tills merm
j ir.g' thegineerB. now Identified
ItK ihe InlejrJsland icQnw)anyu would
ujuJer; bo? considetstipn,.. Join forces
i with the loc masters and pilots.,. ,U
j at pointed put that the engineera buf
i fw pwntfta agQ-rlvedisubstantial
without their- havipg
taiio bring thir demands pf ore.. tha
the. -tskippe. and: dths mates, a com
pletp, tle-up,,Qf;, Jnter-Jslaud vessels is
dcIard;tAJ)esan imposaibiUty .-,.
Haglnp4 ?.f?c fil wtQb'u , -atain(t
H4glund,; jOq ,.und.r f iVe,
id.idiclared,,tp be th,bqniilpf con
tention :;jbtween (fche ineimljfir.s;..pf .-the
. - .-7- it" . . 1: ' . Ek-... 1 ar . r . :r - ;
S. S. tSOXOMKAtTlKjn.,v Jn, .'..nW.At.th end,Qf,JheakJ period W YeAj.tpaloielsn-i........ .. .. 1100
&rAfaffi?&Um. m!ift.Wtwl tpJojmeiittlf.1jthp,Company snail ; f r Tr ,af -CSUI.T7CSKLr STAR-QULLETIll, v v.......-.
y inliep, '4Km MimHi -fine.gejiMe;no longer '.regulrehe wvlces, ot .the !pf tolIehtniV?:ivJ... v. ..... ..t 1.00
iUiAit.;-? t, Yi-i-"
last strike Jri. whichj the masters and
males participated. The attitude of
Captain Haglund Income instances fa
said tjp have Ardyedf offensive tp hs
employer. iTie rt captalnhoweyer,
has been 'identified' with shipping In
the Hawaiian Islands for a period cov
ering.maearsi 'He has grown up
in" the Inter-Islani service and has,
been rated "as 'd faithful and efficient
man. At the time of the last strike it
was predicted that Haglund as well as
several 'Well-known skippers " pf the
coasting fleet 'would be in line o Iose(
their positions.'"" " ",
Skippers yiho Hay Feel the. Axe.
Captains Tullett, Piltz, Freeman,
Thompson-and perhaps several others
have 'been mentioned for some weeks
past as in line for retirement. The.
only reaspn advanced for the severing
of. relations between the company and
the. veteran skippers -was 'that they
took a too prominent part in the car
rying forward of the last strike, which
is alleged to have seriously crippled
the' "later-Island service, causing the
company to lose many thousands - of
dollars, through failure of the boats to
depart for their regular ports on
Seeking Recruits on the Mainland.
The local vessel masters p'rofess to
be . .Pju'ch . exercised . oyer ; the report
that-Captain Nichols, a discharged
master of the American-Hawaiian
S Columbian, was in New York and
trying to contract, with sixteen mates
to go to San S'raiicisco .for $110 a
month, transportation paid, iand with
the understanding that they would not
be called on to go to sea at once, but
that they would be on call . in San
Francisco, day and night, pending def
, Captain Nichols was engaged in the
wprk of trying to hire the sixteen men
in New York on January 2, of this
.year. The contract was to be of six
months' duration. It was further stat
ed that investigation showed that Cap
tain. Nichols was working in the inter
est of J. A, Kennedy of Honolulu.'
The following is reported to be the
form of agreement. . under which the
steamboat , men have been brought
from the coast:
"This memorandum of agreement
made and entered into this....
day of 191 . ., between In-
ted-Island Steam Navigation Company,
Ltd., a corporation under the laws of
the Territory of Hawaii, party or the
first part, hereinafter called the Co:n-
Piiny, and of
in the State , party of
the second part, hereinafter called the
"Witnesseth: That the Company is
or gaged in operating a line of steam
vessels between the ports and landings
of the Territory of Hawaii, and is de
sirous of engaging the services of the
employe on the terms and conditions
"That the employe rep&eseuts that
le is .an expert nagivator capable of j
performing fhe-duties of oa -
ihe vessels of the conv,any, and that i
he is not a member of any union or a -sociation
which may interfere in anv
rjnner with his rendering services as
fc.iuh .,..: tothe Company; th"
he is desirious of entering tiie service
of the Company for the period anil on
the terms aud conditions hereiujfUT
xneier.-cxsiana ouegea.jp -.aviand Q cer.ts'
"That the parties herto in consid
eration of tW premises anf- ths
promises made by,,pach to the otheiv
hejeinaiter mentioned, havel agreed
an do. pow .agree and promise,- eapji
tw.andwith each other as follows:-,-:
, "(l). The Company hereby, agrees
.o employ the employe, and the em
1'ioye hereby agrees to eater the ser
ve and to serve the Company a3
on one of the vesseus of tiio j
Company operating in the watert of !
the Territory of Hawaii, for the perioJ I
m t,i uionms ior me salary or. ... .
iX'llars per month.
"(2) The Company agree sto fur-
nisb transportation, from
to the City of Honolulu. Territory of
Hawaii, free of charge to the employe.
"(3) The employe agrees to depart
frjm. ..on the day fixed by the
Company, and to proceed with due dili
gence to the City of Honolulu, and iiu
i. ediately upon his arrival at the City
of Honolulu to repprt; t,o,the Qcneral
Manager of the Company, and that he
ft ill faithfully perform service to the
Company as on any of the
steam vessels of the Company to.
Coiupany may alga.,hln ipr .duty
tbe.afy, of..tha jemploye?hall fom:
rrenqe to acc. frpmriiA .date, that
i He ejpjpye.snAif dfepaif rom rrrr
emntoye, JfiJl ir4sh blm Jfykf'
fcttircau4 i IMa.i aeement to
executed, injts fwup?f by0JqsejaF
hola,.It! superintendent,, pereunta
uyly ,auhoze,, an4ne,,emn.Wft5.na
!'ffrf M'fl hit
iXi ; f . J i fl I hi
5 1' 1 '-' i 1 ' ill,
Monday night .January 27. the Ray-
mond Teal Unalcd Comedy Company
TirMT''j;im 'i'f - -Na .reference, la. ade to .the separ--Friend
from i 4ustralia.'.v, Tonicklng 7, J ln n th
I Wdy lnersperse4.w4th.catphy,8ongs
I "l?!! & .HLcStZtir
itflfT! nWW-rWtWqf RifUPMlK
commencing! at 7:15 and 00. ?
.'W .-.; - "
v ' ' -:
ANNUAL MEETING 'OF THE KOO.
W FXU'T COMPANY. LIMITED
; 'A-Jir 'kJ wiLi
B, order of the; president, nptioe is
hereby given that the postponed an-
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the' Koolau Fruit Company. Limited,
will beheld: pn Tuesday, Jahnary 28th
1013, at 3, p. m at its office at Jwilei
fpr .thp ejection of. Its. officers, the re
ception of annual reports and the con
sideratiqn pf. .any. other busineas that
may properly come before the meeting.
(Signed) K. B. BARNES.
Honolulu, January 23, 1913. . . ;
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE HA-
WAIlArJ PINEAPPLE PRODUCTS
COMPANY, LIMITED c ,
Rv order of the uresident. notice is
hprphv elven that the annual meetine
of the stockholders of the Hawaiian
Pineapple.lEroducts Companj Limited, lness.lt Gooding Field will address the
will pe held'pn Tuesday, January 28th, nssociatlpa.pn the beneflts-jto.bo 4e
1913. at 2 p. m., at its office at Iwilei rfved merchant from- the, pro
for the .electipn of its officers, the re- PPsed consolidation of. the mercantile
ceptjon of annual reports and the;"con- bodies , Into the .Greater Chamber of
sideration of any other business that Commerce, ?;- 'r
may properly come -before the mefting. j t - ... ,
(Signed) K.B.BARNES, I Taxpayers Hand In yonr tax re-
Secreiarv. tarns to the Assessor before Jan. 31.
Honolulu. January 23, 1913.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE- HA.
WAIIAN PINEAPPLE COM-
By order of the president, notice is
hereby given that the annual meeting
of the .stockholders of the Hawaiian
Pineapple Company, Limited, will' be
held on Tuesday, January 28th, 1913,
at 2:30 p. m.t at its office at IwUi for
the election of ii3 officers, the recep-
Lion of annual reports and the consid-
eration of any other business that may
properly come before the meeting.
(Signed) K. B. BARNES,
Honolulu, January 23, 1913.
Pina Cloth in all shades, 45c c yird
Silk and Cotton Eirbidered1 Dress Patterns
' Large1 Varit5 6f 1 Irish Crochet
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tarhlcn U ombtaedrle HATATlAN
CCEXXSO BXaXJCTIN.Ubllsh44Ml Issued Dally and 8mlTtekl7 by
HONOLULU 'STAR BULLCTIM, LTD,
Publishers, Commercial Printers,? Bookbinders,
WALLACE R. PARRINOTON. v.. General Business Manager
smtBEE jbsocuii fbess
FLAT RATE yCR DtSrLAT ADVUITISINO OVER. 000 INCHES....
UNTIL- JAN. 1, 1S13 (Prefwsd Position 20) ......... llo PER INCH
TRtlfSIKNT RATE, ILMJlrst lwaeTtloriad rahaequsnt latvea pro raU
CLASSIFIED, On Cent pelr vtrd-30 tttnt per Una per week.
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Telephsae EiJUrlal Emjbii ilSi Baslaess Office till
BRANCB OFFICE MERCHANT STRETT
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SIJZ2CSIPTI05 KATZSt v
;. DAILY STAR-BULLETIN
Per Month, axywhersj la JTniui State ..............................I .Ti
Per Quarter, anywheru hi United SUtaa 2.00 v
Ptl Year, anywher Ju JJniteA SUtea.. 100
Per Year, anywhexla;OhUed : States.-.
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I Although hobodf among the mem
wt,ar uuuu Hiormns 'WBO; wuuiu
'forSvrthere not,,. lItUecomparlns
0r flotea ducoverahle which might be
nommaUnglVommlttee . and members.
Ctitaye-. ,whk,:ycre.;prlnted to.
(Ha. RtenlbHn SotnrApf. In tho
fcaoingitatement' ltas .conceded,
VW W Wcation. but, what
te.jiow.r genera lyieniea is. that anyi
; composite slate Is being pushed on the;
quiet V Botn of - these tickets wllll be
suhmitted. tn one: ballot form wuh'aR
the names in alphabetical order and 'no
mark designating, to which ticket any:
eandiif ate i belongs, -. Following is the.
' Adams, W. D. UD Bierbach. 6.-JL;
(Mn Bon, Charles-(C), Brown. George
A Ch Cheatham, E. M.-(M), Church.
T,.M. (CJ, Dekum, Ed. (M), Dongher-.;
ty. J. D. ( C) , Farrington, y. R. ( C ) ,
Frailer, C. R.';(M), Gray, Harry. S. (C)r
Guild, George a (M), Johnson, M. M.j
(C), Perkins,' R W. (M); Sammons, H
F. (M)Soper, J. F.; (C),. Swain, O. C.
(C). Towse. Ed. (M).; v C . ;
President A. J, Gignoux will call the
annual meeting of the association to
order -at-three o'clock this afternoon.
I After the, ppenlng. routine, the retiring
I president wlIL present his, report for
thp pastear, fope followed by chair-
men of committees with.. their annual
Reports,. Nxt wll cpme the election
'of nine, directprswhor after the gen-
l eral meeting, but notnecessarily to-
ay,' will from their number elect the
president and other executive officers.
At the conclusion of the regulax.bus-
PORTRAITS BY WIX.
I Water color portraits of Pastor and
j Mrs. Hans lsenberg of Li hue ay Wlx,
I on private view at WJchman's Jewelry
store, are greatly admired by those
who have seen. them. , ,
The Inter-Itland steamer Mikahala
has been placed. on-the berth to sail
:or Kauai ports at ve o'clock this
evening, akingpaseeugers and gen-.
rial cargo in place of the HalL ..
Alakea wharf it being cleared of an
accumulation of freight with a ,view 01
the arrival of the Hamburg-America
excursion steamer Cleveland. The Ger
man Jiner wiii receive a quantity of
coal during the stay at the port
tQKT$T NEAR CONVENT
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STAR. stahllaheJlill- ibJ
40&9 ALAKJSA. 8TRZST
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Passbook No. 3938. Finder please re
turn tojtfce BnV of Hawaii. Ltd.
Sm&V furnished ottag0 for four wo
: men until July ..and possibly longer.
-,NTear4Kjme car Une.,; Address F. R
. thli office. ' ; s 5451-lw.
Three experienced .'drivers:' good
; wages, Must bring fetters of recom
- mendation. Apply In'person between
8 and 10 jum.-rOahu Icq & Electric
Cql Uustace & Dreier.Sta, Kewalo.
, : r -' ; - 5451-3 1: - . '.
t71 EAC"ET5TATS FC 71 X ALE
4?000Bri'ntf new bungalow ccataJning
...six rooms, ni. bath. , - . r
lDC0 FJyerroqjru and .bath bucsalow.
I U&httif these i; holdings can- be
ibought op ireasor.at'e teras. . .
iOliiVer.LanalnSO ;:?rc' nt.Tk3593 :
Hon. A. L. C. "Atkinson gave the
jHonoluhi Ad Club a-very interesting
talfo.thte.noan on h.Qwvthei'rtreslves
;Bixty,iadyertisfd,Jb Mrvjtklon :well
AA imie,x ifif rje-.. Marty
were already well , advertised,; and
what the workers had to do was drive
the. great principles, for which they
stood, home ; to, every . citizen of . the
country. In .carrying i cyi vthls . work
mijliqns pf. pamphlet wgrp nse& Thla
was followed up with as much news
paper advertising as. pon Id be-obtained
from .voluntary,; contributjona, Tne
Progressive; parfir was aTays short of
fundsJ 'Catchy. phrase .were displayed
on rthe great 'orecttlc 'signs of.. New
YPJtk Beyerjdge's-pass .prosperity
around being pged . with .good .effect
When Mr. Koqseyelt was shot the ad
vertising value pf. the incident ' Was
played up with the hest effect pos
sible 'toZshflPw .Jthe. people, that It was
principle, not. 'Personality which the
logressive.4arty was endeavoring' to
force vte' .'tne f roniCI. The vfate of he
Individual Ieadr.was JncldentaL: '
Mr. Haines of .the Jf Charles Green
Company was ' present and -gave the
members an Interesting talk, also Mr.
Walsh of Tacoma who told what Ta
conja ad 4 one .in.; developing 'itsel?
through; advertising. . Like , all 'live
men from live towns of the-mainland,
these .men, feel that Honoluln Is .not
being. advertised enough on the. main
land. ' If the .people were caused to
know half that therei Is here, :they .
would flock to Honolulu la droves.
Advertising will do Jt . - '
The next meeting- ot . the', Ad. 'Club
will -be an ejrpning .session at which
the first pf the. course of advertising
lectures will be given. - -
The steamer KJlauea, sailing for
Kona and Kau portvat noon tomorrow
ir, taking a fair sized list of passen